Casey’s Saloon and Restaurant of Drexel Hill
10/13/13 How would you like to know how you can enjoy yourself while giving back to your neighbors and community? (www.caseysdh.com) In the Upper Darby area there is a fun and easy way. Check out Casey’s Saloon and Restaurant in Drexel Hill. You will find a community gem that has a history of giving back while serving great food and beverages for any palate, especially during this month of October. Casey’s for the Cause is raising money through bar and food sales every Thursday this month for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Casey’s Saloon and Restaurant located at 812 N. Lansdowne Avenue Drexel Hill Pennsylvania, opened in 1987 and has been a staple of the region ever since. Casey’s is known in the Upper Darby and Drexel Hill area for its American cuisine, for a family atmosphere but also as a late night bar that has created signature drinks and games for the younger crowd. It can be said of Casey’s that it’s like coming home to a good friend's house. Casey’s has the atmosphere is comfortable and welcoming for all. Casey’s has developed a knack for knowing what the community wants and also what the community needs.
Casey’s is a family run restaurant with Matt Melvin as part owner, manager and his father Frank Melvin, also an owner, who are involved in day to day running of this successful restaurant. The friendly staff members are knowledgeable about types of wine, food dishes and are themselves members of the neighborhood. If you have a question about the Upper Darby area, they have the answer. The owners are neighborhood people who look to strengthen their bond with its neighbors. As Matt Melvin said “We are a community restaurant and bar and we want to help those in need right here in our own neighborhood.” Casey’s always looks for new ways to help its community so during the month of October, every Thursday, is donating 10 percent of all food and drinks purchased on the restaurant side to Crozer - Keystone Cancer Service, celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness month. “Casey’s for the Cure” continues with a Think Pink event on Monday November 18th, 2013 from 4:30 p.m. To 7 p.m. At Delaware County Memorial Hospital. Need a mammogram, this is your event. Casey’s will be serving light refreshments and a free gift to all who participate in this program. If you would like more information on this program or to schedule an appointment for this night, call 610-824-8158. (www.crozerkeystone.org )
Casey’s in also in the midst of a renovation by adding a new second floor deck and bar. There have been other changes including a new chef, Shaun Hagen of New Jersey but has roots in the Philadelphia area. Shaun has trained in the Philadelphia area and even honed his craft in Alabama. Casey’s will continue their American fare type food but you may see a twist with a bit of Creole mixed in. There will be more of the grand reopening later this month in these articles as Casey’s prepares for the big even.